International Copyright Law

A session at [CANCELLED] International Copyright Law

International Copyright Law is THE meeting place for lawyers, policy makers, artist's representatives, publishers & academics.

You will hear from Mr Jens Bammel, Secretary General of the International Publishers Association and Richard Hooper. Richard will share the latest on the progress of the Copyright Hub Limited, the key recommendation of his review for the Government into copyright licensing. The 'Copyright Hub' is a central registry and marketplace for rights.

Don’t miss exceptional sessions from our esteemed chair Adrian Sterling Professorial Fellow, Queen Mary, University of London and Vice President of the British Copyright Council. He leads our superb panels and speakers bringing together a myriad of varied copyright industry perspectives!

Your annual opportunity to get your essential update on the latest, and upcoming, copyright developments, including:

  • Draft legislation to modernise copyright exceptions
  • Our renowned collecting societies & licensing panel with cutting edge commentary on the draft legislation to regulate collecting societies
  • Orphan works including the Directive
  • US developments including fair use cases
  • A superb panel on Cloud computing, hearing from industry and NGO'
  • Latest WIPO developments in relation to copyright law
  • EU legislative, jurisprudential and international treaty developments
  • Solutions to tackling online copyright infringements
  • The implementation of Hargreaves - comments and reaction
  • Open access
  • Aritists and performers rights
  • The impact of Meltwater, CISAC, OSA, Amazon and Kyocera

This is the only conference of its kind which deals with International Copyright law, policies and cases in one two-day event. Punchy, comprehensive and entertaining....you wont find a better standard of conference. We pride ourselves on being THE forum for you to meet your peers, hear the latest in this fast paced & often complex area.

Booking: http://atnd.it/1aNgRtE

Early booking (until 15 November 2013): £1,399
Standard price: £1,499

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Date Wed 11th December 2013

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